A Rogue's Wager
When her friends lay odds that she must charm Lord Connought, the man who broke her heart years earlier, out of his three most prized possessions or marry him, Harriet Godwyne, no stranger to challenge, sets out to win the bet, but Lord Connought has his own wager to win - her heart. Original.
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